Earlier this year Martin Scorsese unveiled his most recent documentary, 'A Letter to Elia.' The film, co-directed with Kent Jones, is a "mini-masterclass" on the late Elia Kazan, a fellow filmmaker best recognized for directing 'A Streetcar Named Desire,' 'East of Eden' and 'On The Waterfront.'

'A Letter to Elia' opened at the Venice Film Festival before moving around the world, making stops at high profile venues like Telluride and the New York Film Festival, before settling down on DVD this coming November 9th as part of the Elia Kazan Collection, a new 18-disc set honoring the Turkish-born director. In addition to Scorsese's documentary, this exhaustive box set will include 15 of Kazan's films. From the official product description:

"Master director Martin Scorsese brings you this unprecedented collection of fifteen cinematic treasures from fellow Academy Award® Winner Elia Kazan. From classic film noir to timeless period pieces, Kazan made a singular impact on the art of the motion picture, while evoking milestone performances from Hollywood's very best, including Marlon Brando, James Dean, Warren Beatty, Natalie Wood and Walter Matthau. Also included in this extraordinary set is 'A Letter to Elia' (2010), the new, full-length documentary on Kazan's life, produced and presented by Scorsese himself."

Cinematical is now giving away one 'A Letter to Elia' poster signed by Martin Scorsese himself. Follow the instructions below to enter, and check out an exclusive clip from the movie after the jump.

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